This concise guide to the book of John is aimed to touch people where they live. In a clear style, Robert Peterson helps readers understand a world that initially may seem unfamiliar. In 13 chapters, through sound teaching, review questions, and discussion questions, Peterson provides an overview of the whole book of John.
Robert A. Peterson (MDiv, Biblical Theological Seminary; PhD, Drew University) was professor of systematic theology at Covenant Seminary for more than twenty-five years. He has served seven churches as an interim pastor and is the author of a number of books, including Hell on Trial, Adopted by God, and Election and Free Will.
Easy enough to help young Christians get oriented, yet meaty enough for mature Christians. Pastors and theologians will also find insights and approaches to strengthen their Bible study. Especially suitable to adult Sunday school classes.
Shows a strong familiarity with the text of John. This book will fill a real need and edify anyone who reads it.
Aimed at real people where they live. . . . adult Sunday school classes, home Bible study groups, and individual Christians who want to grow in knowledge and faith.